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ALBANY- Second-seeded Albany used a six-point run in Game 2 on their way to a three-game sweep over No. 7 seed Williams Bay in a WIAA Division 4 regional quarterfinal Tuesday, 25-19, 25-21, 25-14.

Trailing 14-12 in the second set, the Comets rattled off six straight service points behind senior Kaitlyn Schulz, which included three aces, to take a 20-14 lead.

Senior Sydney Bump slammed 19 kills, 12 digs, and three blocks to lead Albany. Bump also had seven aces, fueled by six service points on five aces in Game 1.

Senior Courtney Pfeuti patrolled the floor with 31 assists while Schulz handled 21 digs plus four aces.

"Our serve and service receive didn't play as well as they should have, but Kaitlyn and Sydney came back and picked us up," said Albany head coach Connie Wunschel.

Albany will face a familiar opponent in the regional semifinal Friday as they will host No. 3 seed Black Hawk. Albany won both regular season meetings with the Warriors earlier this season. The Comets ended the Warriors' streak of 36 consecutive conference wins in the Six Rivers East Conference opener on Aug. 31.

Black Hawk 3, Juda 0

SOUTH WAYNE - No. 3 seed Black Hawk rolled past the sixth-seeded Juda Panthers Tuesday, 25-9, 25-22, 25-19, to earn another meeting with Albany in the Division 4 regional semifinal.

The Warriors got a balanced attack from four seniors, including Rachel Rygh with 12 kills, Alyssa Pieffer with 17 assists, Melissa Wellnitz with five aces, and Molly Bechtolt with 12 digs.

Juda was led by junior C.J. Dunwiddie with five kills and 15 digs and senior Aly Pierce with 12 assists.

Monticello 3, Faith Christian 1

WILLIAMS BAY - The fifth-seeded Ponies knocked off No. 4-seed Faith Christian, 25-18, 20-25, 25-19, 25-20, Tuesday to advance to the regional semifinal in Division 4.

Senior Taylor Klitzke notched eight kills and freshman Marissa Berg provided four blocks for the Ponies. Monticello also got 19 assists from junior C.J. Dilley and five aces from junior Karlie Klossner.

"We came in ready to play. We knew we were better than them. We showed the intensity we needed to win," said Monticello head coach Teresa Eliason.

Next up for the Ponies is No. 1 seed and defending Division 4 State Champion Burlington Catholic Central. The Hilltoppers had a first round bye and will host the Ponies Friday.

Palmyra-Eagle 3, Darlington 1

PALMYRA - Palmyra-Eagle, a No. 3 seed, ended the sixth-seeded Darlington Redbirds' season with a 25-9, 22-25, 25-22, 25-22 win in a Division 3 regional quarterfinal Tuesday.

Seniors Carly McDonald, Elizabeth Mathias, and Chayse Hermanson were the leaders for Darlington as McDonald put down five kills, Mathias came up with four blocks, and Hermanson tracked down five digs.

The Redbirds finished the season 5-13.

Lancaster 3, New Glarus 0

LANCASTER - The Flying Arrows needed just 50 minutes of play to sweep the Glarner Knights, 25-9, 25-4, 25-9 in a Division 3 regional quarterfinal Tuesday.

Lancaster advances to face Fennimore Friday in the regional semi-final. New Glarus ended its season at 1-17.